Wolfensberger Roundabout

The Town of Castle Rock is always evaluating ways to increase safety and efficiency at intersections throughout Castle Rock.

The intersection of Wolfensberger Road/Coachline Road/Plum Creek Parkway is currently The controlled by stop signs. As traffic volumes increase, the Town has researched and evaluated new traffic control for the intersection. To increase safety and efficiency at this intersection, the Town is planning to install a two-lane roundabout. 

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Construction Schedule

Construction will coordinated with the Meadows Parkway Reconstruction and will be completed in phases during 2018:

  • Construction on the corners of the intersection is expected to begin in mid-July and is not expected to impact detour traffic from the ongoing Meadows Parkway Reconstruction
  • Construction on the center of the roundabout will begin after the Meadows Parkway Reconstruction is completed – estimated to be in mid-August. 
  • The entire roundabout project is expected to be completed in mid-October. 


The total cost of this project is budgeted for $2.1 million, which will come from growth-related revenues of impact fees and building use tax. 

About Roundabouts

Based on federal research, roundabouts are the most efficient type of traffic control for all hours of the day. Learn more about the Town's use of roundabouts.